The Chapman Brothers have donated an original sculpture, entitled ‘My Brother Went To The Circus And All I Got Was This Lousy Souvenir’.
Belly Kids are a new discovery for me and I thought I’d share the goods with you all.
I’ve been testing out the London Street Art Tours app recently and using a Nexus 7, it’s been a pleasure to try it out. The app features street art locations, mapped out across various areas of the city of London. Using custom markers, the interface allows you to navigate around town using maps for areas, […]
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Kilo is a graffiti artist that first started painting back in 1984 and he’s been heavily involved in the game ever since then – whether it be graffiti, breakdancing or just the hip-hop scene in general, he’s been there and done it. His influence to pick up a spray can came from all the usual […]
You may have heard of Pinterest before (we’re sure many of you have and are probably using it in some form). Pinterest is a way of collecting the things you love by easily organising and displaying imagery that describes your interests, your tastes and anything else you might have decided to put together. Pinterest got […]
What can I say, if you like graffiti and “The Walking Dead” TV series then you should love this wall!?! The piece is entitled “Dead and Buried” and it was recently created by Kemef Inc, Gnasher and The Goat – I’ll think you’ll agree that it’s an amazing collaboration of some very talented artists and […]
Street Fusion is a huge FREE event that is being hosted by Brink Contemporary Arts and takes place in Kenilworth on May 11th 2013 and it will be a fun day out for everyone that attends. There’s a live graffiti jam happening, featuring more than 20 of the regions finest artists, as well as DJ’s, […]
Just before Christmas the international graffiti realm suffered a huge loss with the passing of Nekst. He was a dedicated graffiti artist, member of MSK (Mad Society Kings), and he dominated the scene in which ever city he showed up in. Nekst had been painting graffiti with unmatched levels of dedication for what was nearing […]
‘Follow Your Art’ is a fairly new concept introduced by Anti-Slavery International consisting of multi-art events to raise awareness and funds for the charity, whilst at the same time supporting street artists and the notion of street art. The debut of ‘Follow Your Art – Street Art Against Slavery’ was last October at Village Underground […]
Louis from Spraying Bricks got in touch about his project and he’s currently looking to fund the project through the crowdfunding site, Kickstarter: “I’m looking for the help from the generous Kickstarter community to create further content for the online documentary series Spraying Bricks. I have worked in Alternative Outdoor Media for some time, recreating old, […]
Last month Unit 44 hosted Baltimore’s finest, GAIA, at the space up in Newcastle. Stopping off for a bit from his world tour ‘of sorts’, GAIA is currently skipping from country to country looking for a 2-way dialogue between wall and mural, taking in and echoing the location’s natural narrative. True to form Gaia made reflection […]
We’re hearing reports that Banksy has been arrested, is this true, is it really him, or is this a hoax? The Reddit thread seems to be calling hoax. Some of the details are rather sketchy… It seems it’s possible for anyone to upload a ‘press release’ to PR Log, and so this could be one massive […]
O2 has commission UKSA favourite Slinkachu to create three original artworks in support of the 20 Years of War Child exhibition at the British Music Experience at The O2 in London. Slinkachu, well known for his signature style of using models of people interacting with their real-world environment, has created these bespoke urban installations to […]